Clinical Trials Videos
Rick Springfield opens up about his battle with depression
The rock star spoke candidly about his decades-long battle with depression in hopes that his story can help others.
Viewers help Talia Duff raise money for rare progressive disease clinical trial
Donations poured in after Talia's story was aired, raising the total to $124,000.
First American baby born to a mother who received transplanted uterus
The doctors who performed the transplant and oversaw the birth opened up about the medical milestone.
How the Ice Bucket Challenge may have helped save future ALS patients: Part 2
Pete Frates helped raise $220 million for ALS research, knowing he might not live long enough to reap the benefits of new advancements.
'GMA' Hot List: Robin Roberts opens up about when she was diagnosed with breast cancer
Plus, the "GMA" anchors discuss if emojis are acceptable in work emails, and Michael Strahan and Robin Roberts snap a "prom" photo.
FDA endorses groundbreaking cancer treatment
The first-of-its-kind treatment, which uses a patient's own genes to battle the disease, was unanimously approved by a Food and Drug Administration (FDA) panel.
How smartphone apps can be used to track your health
ABC News' Kayna Whitworth reports on new apps that can be used to help people manage and collect information about chronic illnesses.
How gene testing can prevent breast cancer at the earliest stages
ABC News' Linsey Davis reports on a vaccine researchers are looking into with the hopes that it can prevent certain types of breast cancer before they even start.
More than 200,000 pounds of Nathan's and Curtis brand hot dogs are being recalled
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Creating a video game to help children fighting cancer
Dr. Timothy Cripe, a pediatric oncologist, had a bright idea that might help some of his patients stay positive in what can be an overwhelming experience.